BREL in Ashton Lane will always hold a special place in my heart because that's where I met my husband.
And if I was asked to recommend a great venue for gigs then I'd have to say Broadcast in Sauchiehall Street, where earlier this year Kelley Stoltz played an intimate set to a packed crowd.
What are your favourite places around the city to eat out, shop, go for a night out or a day trip?
Are you a regular at The Stand comedy club, do you love Glasgow Film Theatre, how do you rate the Hydro?
Maybe you are a big fan of West End eaterie Hanoi Bike Club after Beyonce posted a picture of the restaurant on Instagram when she was in Glasgow on her Mrs Carter tour recently.
Or do you prefer Kushion in Bath Street, where One Direction star Harry Styles was spotted.
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is a legendary music venue, visited just last month by the face of Chanel, Kiera Knightley, when her husband's band The Klaxons played a gig.
Has a memorable gig there made the place your favourite live venue?
All these venues and and many more are what we want to hear about.
We want to hear from you so we can include your top recommendations in the brand new Evening Times City Guide.
To submit them now, log on to www.timesout.co.uk, select a venue or add a new one and in your own personal review tell us why you rate it so highly.
As well as bars and restaurants we want to hear about parks, landmarks, galleries, even hairdressers and beauty spas.
Visitors to the city as well as locals will be able to access the comprehensive guide to going out and where to go.
In the summer the best reviews will be included in a free printed guide and go online.
Working in partnership with People Make Glasgow and FirstBus, the guide will offer top tips on where to eat, drink, stay and visit as well as quirky, off the beaten track hints and tips.
This is your chance to share those best kept secrets with the rest of us.
Maybe it is steeping yourself in the rich history or Glasgow with a walk around Glasgow Necropolis, looking out across the city; or a shoogle on the Subway, one of the world's oldest underground metro systems.
Produced exclusively by the people of Glasgow, it celebrates the very best of the city and will be the definitive online peoples guide to the real Glasgow.
A handy reference tool for the thousands of tourists expected to visit Glasgow this summer, the Evening Times City Guide will also include maps and area guides to help visitors get around the city.